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2nd Annual Antique and Classic Car Show to Benefit NH Wind Watch

BRIDGEWATER  — An Antique and Classic Car Show will be held on Saturday, August 2 on a lovely lawn setting near Newfound Lake, in Bridgewater from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to benefit the New Hampshire Wind Watch Program.
Show Cars should arrive at 9 a.m.  Car entry fee is $10 for early bird registration and $15 at the gate. Spectator parking is $5 per carload. The rain date is the following day, August 3 and the times will be the same. There will be a Lake Loop Cruise (drive around Newfound Lake) at the end of the show.

The show will be held at 305 Whittemore Point Road North, Bridgewater. This event will be well marked. There will be plenty of parking and lots of family fun is planned. There will be a silent auction, raffle prizes, food, photos and activities for the children as well as many unusual cars to admire. The easiest way to find the car show is off of Route 3A from either Plymouth or Bristol, to Whittemore Point Rd. North, in Bridgewater.

Applications and information for the Antique and Classic Car Show are available by calling: 603-744-3632 or 603-744-9200 or stop by Auto Trends at 215 Lake Street, Bristol, NH.

Attendees will enjoy seeing a large, very interesting variety of antique and classic cars, as well as be able to learn more about wind energy projects in NH from volunteers of New Hampshire Wind Watch.

New Hampshire Wind Watch is a 501(c)3 organization in the Newfound Lake Region of New Hampshire dedicated to providing education and information about Industrial Wind Power Projects in New Hampshire. A number of wind turbines are scheduled to be built along the ridgelines of Alexandria, Hebron, and Groton, which are part of the Newfound and Baker River watersheds. For more information, visit NHWW's website www.nhwindwatch.org or Facebook page www.facebook.com/NHWindWatch, or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 10:17

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Comedy double-header in Laconia on Saturday night

LACONIA -- It is the goal of most working comedians to one day work Las Vegas, or maybe appear on "Comedy Central" and work the "Tonight Show." Boston-based Brad Mastrangelo, who has done all three and more, will be appearing at Pitman's Freight Room in Laconia, Saturday, July 19, at 9 p.m. as Pitman's continues its monthly comedy nights.
Also appearing will be Mitch Stinson, a national comedian who works across the country appearing in some of the best comedy clubs in the nation along with Dave Decker a regional favorite.
Tickets are $15 at the door and Pitman's is a BYOB venue.
Mastrangelo appeared in one of Pitman's first comedy nights a year and a half ago when the room was just starting high level stand up.
"That's a great room," enthused Mastrangelo who is a regular working on cruise ships. "I'm looking forward to coming back. The crowd was great back then and from talking with other comedians who have since been up there, they all have nothing but great things to say about.
Also appearing will be Stinson who appeared in the first ever comedy night at Pitman's back in November 2012.
"I love that room," said Stinson echoing the sentements of Mastrangelo. "It was an honor to work the first show they had. I'm so glad it's worked out as well as it has. It's a fun room."

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Lakes Region Artist Margery Thomas Mueller Exhibits New Work at Carega Gallery

SANDWICH — Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery will host a reception on July 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. for Lakes Region artist Margery Thomas Mueller. For the last year and a half Mueller has been working on Yupo paper. Yupo is a plastic used for industrial purposes that has "no tooth " to hold ink, graphite or any medium to its surface without being fixed.

Mueller's experiments with Yupo have led her to work in a "manner that is always flexible and uncertain". The results are luscious landscapes in graphite, charcoal and India ink. The artist will speak about her process at 6 p.m. Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery is located at 69 Maple Street in Center Sandwich.

Margery Thomas Mueller has been involved in art and design all of her life.

She has exhibited work in Baltimore and New York City. Now a resident of the Lakes Region, Mueller is inspired by the lush nature that surrounds her. Her work on Yupo began with images of birds. Three of her paintings contain flocks moving in patterns and flying freely overhead. The flocks are a metaphor of our habits and address our need to repeat in order to find safety and continuity. As she worked with the flocks, "the idea of layers came into play. The layers of the landscape and layers of our lives..." Looking deep inside herself Mueller explores the "blending of years, of memories, of a life lived but not always sown together. So the slides, squirms, floats and constant invention on Yupo is an interior conversation...."

The gallery is open from 10 to 5 Monday through Saturday and from 12 to 5 on Sundays. For more information visit www.patricialaddcarega.com or call 284 7728.

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Walking tour of historic Gilford cemetery on Tuesday

GILMANTON — A walking tour of the historic Smith Meetinghouse Cemetery will be conducted by the Gilmanton Historical Society on Tuesday, July 22, beginning at 6 p.m.

A number of people important in Gilmanton's history found their final resting place at Smith Meetinghouse Cemetery, and society members leading the tour will discuss the backgrounds of significant people buried there.

The tour is starting earlier than most Historical Society Programs, and participants are urged to wear good walking shoes. Refreshments will be served after the tour.

Smith Meetinghouse Cemetery is located next to the Smith Meeting House complex on Meetinghouse Road, off  Route 140 north of Gilmanton Iron Works.
The society's summer series is presented on the fourth Tuesday of each month, May through September. Pat Clarke will present a program on Herman Mudgett, Gilmanton's most notorious resident, on Aug. 26. The final program, set for Sept. 23, will address the textile workers of the Amoskeag Company.

A brochure with details on the programs is available at the Town Office where the society's exhibit on the history of Town Reports is on display. Other information about the society is available on its website, www.historicalsocietiesnh.org/gilmanton. There is a link on the Town website.

The society's museum, at Old Town Hall is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. until noon, and at 7 p.m. before each of the regular summer programs.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 10:08

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